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CHANGES OCCUR IN ACTS PROGRAM STAFF; OLMSTEAD LEAVES ACTS PROGRAM, TAKES POSITION AT HUGHES

 CHANGES OCCUR IN ACTS PROGRAM STAFF;
 OLMSTEAD LEAVES ACTS PROGRAM, TAKES POSITION AT HUGHES
 WASHINGTON, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Dean Olmstead, ACTS Program Manager since December of 1988, will leave the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) effective March 28. Olmstead will move to Los Angeles to assume the position of assistant director of the New Venture Organization in the Space and Communications Group at Hughes Aircraft Company.
 During his tenure at NASA headquarters, Olmstead cultivated a rationale for greater commercial involvement in ACTS technologies, and developed ways for industry to participate in the ACTS Program. His goal was to develop a true cooperative teaming between NASA and industry for the pursuit of the realization of the ACTS commercial potential.
 Laura Randall of the Public Service Satellite Consortium (PSSC) will also be leaving the ACTS Program effective the end of March. In her five years with the ACTS Program, Randall served in a number of positions dealing with government and external relations.
 She has accepted a position in the Engineering Economic Analysis Group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
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 /CONTACT: Laura Randall of the Public Service Satellite Consortium, 703-979-0801/ CO: Public Service Satellite Consortium; NASA ST: District of Columbia IN: ARO SU: PER


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